[CIG-SHORT] PyLith updates
baagaard at usgs.gov
Tue Sep 18 10:55:47 PDT 2018
We are working on a major new release v3.0. The most recent development
plan is posted on the CIG Wiki
https://wiki.geodynamics.org/software:pylith:start. The timeline has
slipped for v3.0. It is looking like it will be late 2018 or early 2019
for the v3.0 release. We are collaborating with members of the PyLith
community to add poroelasticity as an outcome of our hackathon this past
June; hopefully, this will be included in the v3.0 release.
The current stable release v2.2.1 should build on currently supported
Darwin (OS X) operating systems as well as Linux systems (currently
supported CentOS, Ubuntu, RedHat, Fedora, etc) using the current PyLith
installer. The PyLith master branch should also build and pass all of
the tests. We develop on Darwin (using clang/clang++) and Linux
(gcc/g++) and build the binaries on those systems using the installer.
If you provide detailed information about your build that is failing
(configure logs and full error messages), we will try to help resolve
any current issues.
On 9/17/18 3:36 PM, Joachim Moortgat wrote:
> Dear Developers,
> Are there any updates to the PyLith source code (installer) in the
> pipeline? My group is very interested in using PyLith for our research,
> but the latest release is about a year old and has many errors and
> broken dependencies when building from source (at least on OSX (High)
> Sierra, Xcode 8 or 9 with various combinations tried of clang, gnu
> compilers, and/or intel compilers). Mpi and HDF5 are just two examples.
> We want to be able to modify the source code to consider fluid flow
> (which others have done before) so compiling from source is a necessity.
> Thanks for all your hard work in developing this impressive software
> package, and best regards,
> Joachim Moortgat
> Assistant Professor
> School of Earth Sciences
> the Ohio State University
> 275 Mendenhall Lab, #303
> 125 South Oval Mall
> Columbus, OH 43210
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